Northwest NEWS

December 2, 2002

Editorial

Current Woodinville ordinances, resolutions available now on-line

 

Woodinville’s website has a new navigation button for browsers to view City ordinances, resolutions and standards at www.ci.woodinville.wa.us/regulations.asp to view adopted ordinances and resolutions for the years 2001 and 2002. The new page also includes the Woodinville Zoning Code, Public Works Transportation Standards and City Master Plans. Ordinances and resolutions for the years prior to 2001 will be published to the website in the near future.
“This enhancement is key to our customer service mission to make Woodinville government information accessible 24/7,” notes Communications Coordinator Marie Stake. “These on-line resources will help citizens and developers gain a better understanding of our regulations.”
The site informs browsers that some ordinances have been repealed or amended.
Most ordinances are codified by title, chapter and subsections forming the Woodinville Municipal Code (WMC).
The WMC is updated twice yearly and is currently hosted by Municipal Research Service Center at www.mrsc.org. Select “Legal Resources.”
To ensure the most current ordinance or resolution, browsers should contact Sandra Parker, City Clerk at (425) 489-2700, Ext. 2262.